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Selected Side Streets, Downtown New Iberia, LA
Walking south from Main Street, looking to east side of street
Photos taken
May 28, 2001
Weeks Street    
Congregation Gates of Prayer, built in 1903 and on the National Register of Historic Places.    
At one time a funeral home; when I was a teenager, pinball machines and other novelty items were stored here.    
Photos taken
May 28, 2001
Julia Street    
Currently a retail shop.    
Photos taken
May 28, 2001
Iberia Street    
For many years, reflective glass described Mac's Mirror Room. In more recent years an antique shop.    
Historic: Interior of the Mirror Room; I'm not sure whether at this point it was Mac's.
Piano bar.    
Detail: High-style typography.
Big lumbering building has been many things, now houses antiques and is partly empty.    
Photos taken
May 28, 2001
French Street    
Renovations underway.    
Small at the street, big in the back!    
Southeast corner of French and Washington Streets. For as long as I can remember, this building, with its commercial ground floor, has been boarded up.    
Photos taken
June 11, 2001
Jefferson Street    
Education building of First United Methodist Church has been used for many community purposes over the years in addition to Sunday school classes, youth group meetings, etc.    
The front parlor room of this auxiliary wing of the First United Methodist Church is where Susan and I were married on Jan. 1, 1973.